2007 New York Auto Show Page 2: Big new car debuts are expected in the Big Apple just before Easter every year. Jeep is a perennial favorite at this show.
The C16, introduced at the 2006 Los Angeles show, was the latest of these steroid-injected beasts. The car you see here is a topless follow-up to that car...
As its name might suggest, the CL 65 AMG is Mercedes' large coupe with the 6.0-liter, twin-turbo monster V-12 from the S 65 AMG under the hood.
The name is no longer B9, but the revised Tribeca is less of a danger to your health and well-being.
We're excited about the future of Jaguar, but this stopgap refresh won't be pulling buyers away from the Lexus LS460, Audi A8, or Mercedes-Benz S550 any...
On paper the new xB is better in every way. It's too bad that it's met with a one-hundred percent decrease in coolness.
Infiniti has set its sights squarely at BMW, and the new G37 is a shot that hits the 3-series square in its Angel Eyes.
Ford denies that there will ever be a Mustang sedan, but this Detroit concept is just that.
No auto-show teaser, this Camaro is pretty much the car that will roll intoChevy showrooms.
Volkswagen clams that they've added more than 2300 redesigned parts. It's what's inside that counts, right?
You should see Audi's sleek new coupes, the A5 and S5 on streets sometime in 2007, most likely in the fall.